New Targetware Flight Sim Beta Released
7:58 AM | Andy Largent | Comment on this story
Targetware has released a new beta of their flight simulator engine, bringing the game up to version 0.63 and fixing a number of issues. In addition, this cross-platform title for games like Target Korea now supports more custom in-game views and better handles various joysticks.
Here's a full list of what has changed in the latest update:
Added additional custom views.Brand-new users will need to create an account and download the new 0.63 installer for OS X before downloading one of the mods like Target Korea, while those already running v0.62 should update via the in-game menu.
Targetware Beta 0.63 Released!
Fixed a bug that could cause mod downloads to hang.
Fixed a bug with changing the observed unit.
Preferences files now load properly on a dedicated server.
The 'A' key on the mac no longer activates all unmapped functions.
Improved cloud generation algorithm speed.
Default joystick mappings now record the joystick name.
Added a workaround for CH joystick name reporting error.
Animations on optional parts now work properly.
Fixed a bug that could cause the UI focus to freeze.
Fixed a crash with very long debug text output.
Fixed a bug that caused scoring not to work properly.
Fixed a bug that could leave you unable to start flight.
Reversed axes now show properly when tuning an axis.
Fixed a bug that prevented kicking.
Fixed a bug in kill reporting.
Download Targetware 0.63
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